Carlsberg Central Office by C.F. Møller Architects

Bring Carlsberg into a new era

Project Specs


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The new central office of the Carlsberg Group sets the framework for a modern and dynamic workplace, with a building that supports identity, knowledge sharing, and innovation and stands in harmony with its surroundings.

▼项目鸟瞰,aerial view © Adam Mørk


The façades consist of large glass sections that are rhythmically divided by vertical copper-plated slats. The copper leads the mind back to the old brewery tanks and refers to the many beautiful copper details on the historic buildings of the Carlsberg City District.

▼建筑外观,exterior view © Adam Mørk

▼街道视角,view from the street © Adam Mørk

▼花园视角,view from the garden © Adam Mørk

▼立面细节,facade detailed view © Adam Mørk


Carlsberg’s central office is in Carlsberg’s historic Carlsberg City District. The building consists of three wings, which unite in an atrium, the building’s central space. One of the wings forms a bridge over one of the neighbourhood’s main access roads, creating a modern gateway similar to the famous classical ones that characterize the Carlsberg City. The other two wings embrace Carl Jacobsen’s historic garden and villa.

▼其中一栋翼楼在街区的主干道上方构成了一座桥梁,one of the wings forms a bridge over one of the neighbourhood’s main access roads © Adam Mørk

▼“桥下空间”,beneath the “bridge” © Adam Mørk


▼设计手稿,sketch © C.F. Møller Architects

The atrium opens onto Carl Jacobsen’s Garden overlooking Carlsberg City, where the long history of Carlsberg as a brewery business began and is still unfolding. The atrium connects all floors of the building, surrounded by communal areas and joining all the office sections, both vertically and horizontally, into one single working community, reinforcing collaboration and sharing across the organisation.

▼从中庭望向花园,view towards the garden from the atrium © Adam Mørk

▼中庭空间连接了建筑中的所有楼层,the atrium connects all floors of the building © Adam Mørk

▼宽阔的楼梯结合了带软垫的座位平台 © Adam Mørk
a large staircase with steps furnished with seating pads invites sitting down for short breaks

▼中庭楼梯,atrium staircase © Adam Mørk


This welcoming space appears open and inviting to both visitors and passers-by, with a great view to the garden from the inside and into the building from the outside. A large staircase with steps furnished with seating pads invites sitting down for short breaks, informal meetings and social interaction between staff and guests.

▼中庭俯瞰,aerial view to the atrium © Adam Mørk

▼接待台,welcome desk © Adam Mørk

▼公共区域,public areas © Adam Mørk

▼中庭天花,atrium ceiling view © Adam Mørk

▼楼梯细节,staircase details © Adam Mørk


By shaping the building in a faceted and angled way, the employees are given multiple workplace opportunities with varied views and spatial contexts. Several “touch-down” temporary workstations are placed in the building.

▼朝向花园的视野,view towards the garden © Adam Mørk

▼不同的视野和背景,varied views and spatial contexts © Adam Mørk

▼走廊,corridor © Adam Mørk

▼办公室公区,office communal area © Adam Mørk

▼办公区,office area © Adam Mørk


The building is adapted to the historical surroundings and the scale of the site, by tapering the height down towards the smaller surrounding houses and Carl Jacobsen’s Villa, and by designing the façade with recesses.

▼缓缓下降的体量,the tapering-down volume © Adam Mørk


A new water feature serves as a natural and recreational separation of the office’s close-by private areas and the listed garden. This transforms the garden into a public recreational space in the Carlsberg City District and brings Carlsberg into a new era, with a higher degree of openness towards the public, where climate adaptation and accessibility are intertwined with the cultural heritage of the place.

▼花园水景,the water feature © Adam Mørk

▼水景阶梯,the staircase with a cascade © Adam Mørk

▼花园鸟瞰,aerial view to the garden © Adam Mørk


The building is a low-energy, sustainable construction with an emphasis on good indoor climate, featuring durable natural materials such as recycled copper and bamboo, solar cells, water-saving fixtures, and heat recovery ventilation.

▼夜景,night view © Adam Mørk

▼环境鸟瞰,context © Adam Mørk

▼模型,model © C.F. Møller Architects

▼设计示意,building concept © C.F. Møller Architects

▼剖面图 – 可持续设计策略,section: sustainable development goals © C.F. Møller Architects

▼总平面图,masterplan © C.F. Møller Architects

▼场地平面图,site plan © C.F. Møller Architects

▼基座层平面图,base floor plan © C.F. Møller Architects

▼地下一层平面图,plan basement 01 © C.F. Møller Architects

▼二层平面图,plan first floor © C.F. Møller Architects

▼四层平面图,third floor plan © C.F. Møller Architects

▼立面图,elevations © C.F. Møller Architects

▼剖面图,sections © C.F. Møller Architects

Client: Carlsberg A/S
Size: 23,200 m² (15,500 m² offices, 7,700 m² basement and parking)
Address: Valby, København, Denmark
Year: 2007-
Architect: C.F. Møller Architects
Landscape: C.F. Møller Landscape
Collaborators: Aarsleff, Niras
Prizes: 1st prize in architectural competition, 2008

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